Alexandre Toumarkine's communication on Turkish History of WWI, in the framework of the seminar "La Première Guerre mondiale et les fronts orientaux", at Ehess / Cetobac. With the support of Orient Institut Istanbul. Topics: WWI, Turkey, Ottoman empire
Ottoman Empire eBooks Collection [ PDF] Ottoman Empire eBooks Collection English | 169 PDF | Large Books Collection | 1.66 GB Genre: History The Ottoman Empire was an empire which lasted from 27 July 1299 to 1 November 1922 (623 years), when the Sultanate was abolished. The Ottoman Empire was one of the lasting empires in history; such that the Ottoman State, its politics, conflicts, and cultural heritage in a vast geography provide one of the longest continuous narratives. During the 16th... Topics: Ottoman Empire eBooks Collection [ PDF], Ottoman, Empire, eBooks, Ottoman Empire
Historia da vida, conquistas e religião de Mafoma : e do governo civil e militar do imperio ottomano ... / composta Pelo Bacharel João José Pereira Topics: Ottoman Empire, Imperio Ottomano, Osmanlı İmparatoluğu
Chris and Rob discuss questions coming out of the Paris Paris Conference including what is national self determination and what makes one ready for democracy. Topics: Treaty of Versailles, Ottoman Empire fall
Ottoman Empire eBooks Collection English | 169 PDF | Large Books Collection | 1.66 GB Genre: History The Ottoman Empire was an empire which lasted from 27 July 1299 to 1 November 1922 (623 years), when the Sultanate was abolished. The Ottoman Empire was one of the lasting empires in history; such that the Ottoman State, its politics, conflicts, and cultural heritage in a vast geography provide one of the longest continuous narratives. During the 16th and 17th centuries, in particular at the... Topics: Ottoman Empire eBooks Collection, Ottoman, Empire, eBooks, Collection, Ottoman Empire, eBooks...
reprinted from Courrier d'Orient; in French; 1878; scanned by Google from the UCLA library. Public domain. Topics: Turkey, Ottoman Empire, Greece, Macedonia, population, census, ethnography, statistics
Η σκηνοθέτις Μαρία Ηλιού και ο ιστορικός σύμβουλος Αλέξανδρος Κιτροέφ, μετά από τέσσερα χρόνια έρευνας, παρουσιάζουν ένα ιστορικό ντοκιμαντέρ για τη Σμύρνη, με άγνωστο οπτικό υλικό από αμερικανικά και ευρωπαϊκά αρχεία. Το ιστορικό ντοκιμαντέρ είναι μεγάλης σημασίας όχι... Topics: Izmir, Greece, Turkey, Ottoman Empire, Catastrophe, Minor Asia
LibriVox recording of Епопея на Забравените by Ivan Vazov. Read in Bulgarian by Georgi Stoychev; Rapunzelina Epic of the Forgotten (Bulgarian: Епопея на забравените; Epopeya na zabravenite) is a Bulgarian poetic saga written by Ivan Vazov to commemorate the Bulgarian fight for freedom against the Ottoman Empire and to criticize the moral decline of the Bulgarian nation after the Liberation, in comparison to the heroic figures and events of the then recent... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, bulgaria, ottoman empire, saga, epic, poetry
Հատընտիր պատմութիւն վարուց Օսմանեան թագաւորաց եւ վէզիրաց [Select History of Lives of Ottoman Sultans and Vezirs] (Venice, 1843), in 165 pdf pages. This unusual anonymous work was requested by the Ottoman ambassador to France, who visited the Mxit'arist monastery on the island of San Lazzaro in Venice. The ambassador also paid for the book's publication. Book digitized by Google and uploaded by Robert Bedrosian. Topics: History, Historical, Ottoman Empire, Rulers, Sultans, Biographies, Turkey
A survey of the attitudes of the sixteenth century poskim to the application of the principles of hasagas gevul, and the concepts of "resident of another city" and "taxpayer" in particular, to the Ottoman Empire. Topics: hoshen mishpat, halachah, hasagas gevul, business competition, Ottoman Empire, dina demalchusa dina
This excellent work (Constantinople, 1908) covers the period 1740-1890, and describes the role of Armenian merchants from Turkey, both in the Ottoman Empire and in Europe. 185 pdf pages. Book digitized by Google and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian. Topics: Turkey, Turkish, Ottoman Empire, Europe, Armenia, Armenian, Commerce, Trade, Business, Merchants,...
In Search of Armenian Nobility: Five Armenian Families of the Ottoman Empire, by Robert H. Hewsen, from Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies 3(1987), pp. 93-117, in 25 pdf pages, including genealogical charts. The families examined are: the Dadians of Constantinople; the Dedeyans of T'omarza; the Noubarians of Smyrna and Cairo; the Abroyan family (d'Abro); and the Adoians of Van. Scanned and uploaded by Robert Bedrosian. Topics: History, Historical, Armenia, Armenian, Nobility, Noble Families, Lords, Turkey, Ottoman Empire,...
This is Original format of: Hall, Edith, 2007, "Aeschylus' Persians via the Ottoman Empire to Saddam Hussein", In: Bridges, Emma et al. (eds.), Cultural Responses to the Persian Wars, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 167-200. Source: http://www.rhul.ac.uk/research/CRGR/files/papers/Xerxes.pdf Topics: Iranian History, Achemenid Empire, Iranian-Greek relations, Aeschylus, Persae, Ottoman Empire,...
Correspondence relative to the Affairs of the Levant, Part I, Table of Contents, presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty, 1841 - London: Printed by T.R. Harrison, 1841: 2-475 [some of the pages related to the Eastern Question]. Digitized by the Center for Adventist Research, James White Library, Andrews University. Topics: Ottoman Empire, Eastern Question, 1839, 1840, Millerites, W.Miller, J.Litch, Palmerston, Mehemet Ali
This thesis discusses an area of key interest in modern-day Iraq – the Kurdish military, or peshmerga. Translated as “those who face death”, the peshmerga have become a staple of Kurdish culture in the last 100 years. Officially organized by Mustafa Barzani in 1943, the peshmerga have come to represent the Kurdish nationalist movement, specifically in Iraq. Unfortunately, there have been few detailed works at length on the peshmerga and their link to the Kurdish struggle. Throughout this... Topics: peshmerga, kurd, kurdish, kurdistan, barzani, tribe, ottoman empire, iraq, kurdish military
Egypt, Jordan and Turkey all issued at one time or another stamps for Palestine, as early as 1900 in the Ottoman Empire. Topics: Palestine, Palestinian, Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, Ottoman Empire, Postage, Stamps, Postage Stamps
In the wake of the Ottoman Empire, Jews living in Salonica were forced to reimagine their communities and rethink their place in the newly formed nation-state of Greece. Devin Naar joins us this week to speak about his new book, Jewish Salonica: Between the Ottoman Empire and Modern Greece, and about how access to previously confiscated archives helped to inform his understanding of these communities. Episode 0127 December 6, 2016 Yiddish Book Center Amherst, Massachusetts Topics: The Shmooze, Lisa Newman, Ottoman Empire, Salonica, Sephardi Jews, Devin Naar
Within the space of 500 years, southeast Europe has undergone two paradigmatic shifts. First, from Christian independence to Islamic subjugation (a gradual process which consumed two centuries) and then, in the 19th century, from self-determination through religious affiliation to nationalism. The Christians of the Balkan were easy prey. They were dispirited peasantry, fragmented, prone to internecine backstabbing and oppressive regimes. Topics: balkans, ottoman empire, islam, christianity, jews, tolerance, kosovo, albania, macedonia,...
A well-researched, scholarly work by Ms Alexandrescu-Dersca about The Battle of Ankara (1402), published in 1942. Topics: Timurid dynasty, Bayezid I, Tamerlane, Alexandrescu-Dersca, Timur, Ottoman Empire, 1402
byWilfred Scawen Bunt (1881) recited by Muhammad Umar Chand 2016
Future of Islam chapter 5: England's (British Empire's) Interest (n Islam in 1881 ACE, by Wilfrid Scawen Blunt recited with minor explanations by Muhammad Umar Chand in 2015-2016 (one hundred forty years after his predictions on collapse of Ottoman Empire and fall of Constantinople, one hundred years after the First World War which brought the predicted collapse of Ottoman Empire and Khilafah: Blunt's vision of the Khilafah transfering to Egypt or Arabia (Najd in Arabia? Sisi in Egypt?) : Topics: Islam, British Empire, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, Ottoman Empire, Collapse of Ottoman Empire predicted...